Tag Archives: Friendship

“Genuine love for successful relationships” by Kahlil Gibran

This wonderful poem sums up how a relationship in perfect balance works. Read this and read it again, then pass it to your partner.
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Happy senior couple portrait over blue background.

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Science says lasting relationships come down to 2 basic traits

Mature couple looking at each otherIn this rather enlightening (albeit rather long) article you’ll read why certain couples enjoy a health relationship that lasts and why other couples fail. I think the research is a great re-enforcement of what we encourage within the therapy room.

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How to Overcome the Fear of Therapy

Rustic wooden sign in an autumn park with the words Afraid- Brave offering a choice of action and attitude with arrows pointing in opposite directions in a conceptual image.

One of the most common questions that I have from people when they find out what I do is “So who are the types of people you work with?”, to which my reply is “Everybody: you, me, and everyone that

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Living your life through social media can double your chance of depression

Boy on smartphoneWithin my practice, many of my clients who are suffering from depression show a common behavioral trait: namely they stop interacting with people. This can vary in terms of behaviour but typically means reduced visits to family, making excuses to

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Why Lonely People Stay Lonely

This is an interesting article on the paradox of being lonely. Namely that lonely people are far more intuitive with regard to reading people yet because they may be in an anxious state when interacting with someone they could be

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What lonely people seek from Facebook

This is an interesting article on Facebook usage. If you notice that a friend is spending lots of time on their FB, perhaps it’s time to give them a call and arrange to meet for a coffee and a chat. … Read the rest